I took my new 223 build to the range last weekend and everything worked great except I had a significant issue getting rounds to feed into the chamber. It's a (new from Northland Shooter Supply) Savage varmint action with a McGowen 223 barrel, PTG 223 bolt head in a Choate stock. I had the same problem feeding either from the Savage 223 magazine or single feeding. The tip of the bullet (A-Max 75) hits end of the barrel just below the entrance to the chamber. If I 'manually' feed the bullet tip into the chamber it will chamber fine when closing the bolt. Here's a photo of where the tip of the bullet gets 'stuck' right below the chamber: And here's the Savage 223 magazine: Any advice/suggestions on how to get 223 rounds to feed/chamber better? Ideally I would like to get a 10 round magazine that feeds reliably. I have not experienced this problem with my other Savage based rifle builds.